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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Tai/for Mwfe Flour "Pride of Alberta" ... and ... 'Mother's Favorite' Your Money Back in Flour Values ............................... *^^^fTT'^*"^-  ' ^ miami--"- - "mmi � thY above linn an jijft lnV, All intra fin* fesJ^Mg.^ Now Table-Fig*!/!***"" in bulk; per pound..20c Cornleheoh Gmp*'*; extra, bit black one*; vtlie finest-for^present dm. Per pound...,:..20c � Per basket ...................$1M0 \ Emperor Grapes; per pound ............,...20e Fresh Oyetera;"solid meats; Imperial quart..SO* - Imperial*-Pint -.................Me Ne*^*>*porat*d Fruit*"; First Quality Prune*;larW;^ ,.Per 10;pqurid*;box .........'........r    .*>�� Prunee; medium size, 10 lb. .boxeB;: per box. $1.25 � Prunee; amariiiil*?;..per pound ,.;..v.&.-..�0c, Chble* P*T*^N*�i3f|ji�^^ ". \ Per. 10*p6wd,bdx . ......;/ > 'J0 Cholce^r^bWIS?^uW�i'tor,V.v.vai......   ��** Per Impound 'box ....................*'*� Special low prlea* on a lotj�f Pium* ss advertised last weak ahd;th**w**ki'befor*., To Thre.h.r* and Other Large Coneumera-Write. for our Special Prl*e Llet.,W� �W ': orders of $25.00 to within 100 mllea of tethbrtdge, with the exception of Sugar. Flour and Salt In barrels. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phoie 1271 high-class groceries ; rh%m 5Z5 WEATHER Millinery Sale �v This Sale in Trimmed Hats will continue Until Dumber 1st iSlM Trimmed Hats from $1.00 to $2.00 'i Lot TrimmedHate from $2.00 to $3.00 ^ILote Trimmed Hats from J&.00 to $4.00 Lethbridge Millinery Co. Phone 457 L. A. SCOTT, rM^jTAOEH 415-6th Avenue Sotjot 48 36 48 62 48 52 48 SO 50 50 53 Lethbridge ..... ...i ......... v 40 Edmonton, clear Winnipeg, ok*r j.. ... >.. Kamloops ....... .-..,. ......r. Foremost, cloudy ... .... Swift Current, cloudy.... Regina, clear ... ...... .. Calgary, lair ...... ... ;. Port Arthur, cloudy ... Nelson ...... ..... Medicine Ha*. clear ... . Moose * Jaw, cloudy. ... .... : The weather over the prairie provinces has been mottlr'fine and cool.  FORECAST : All West-Fine and comparatively cool today and on Wednesday. .. - v . -. � � . 26 34 43 22 15 26 32 34 27 19 ' -i - Tr*': N*w? Are Lamp ' a new nltrogen-flUed arc lamp,' > Which does away with the use of carbons', and is calculated .to give far more light, with less use of power '-, than the ordinary arc, is helna> exper-imehted with by Commissioner Reid, and-if satisfactory win probably be generally Installed on the streets of the'clty. The sew lamp not only savee 'labor,- but saves power and gives con-\ aiderably stronger light than the or- J dinary arc. In addition to this, it " barns for a length of 1000 hours, a ] iconslderably longer period than the "a^s^'at present In use BANK MANAGER, ARRESTED ON CHARGE' OF THEFT .Ottawa. Ont, Oct 29.-Jean N. Matte, an employee of the shell committee, was arrested by Detective Culver Wednesday and appeared in court yesterday to answer to several charges of theft and. one of forgery, alleged to have -been, committed while he was manager of. the Union Bank at Plan-tagenet. The amount of money involved is about $750, and five charges were for accepting savings bank accounts and converting them to bis own use. The case waa adjourned for Open l.OOi . 96i 1.00* 414 37i 40i 1.66 . 1.64 1.69} Close 1.01J 96 l.Oli 41* 37# 40* 62* 1 1.68} 1.641 1.7H TUESDAY'S. GRAIN PRICES' Winnipeg, Man., . Nov* 2.-Opening and v closing prices on. the grain exchanges today were ; _ Wheat- \ Nov................... ...... Dec. ......... .... May.................. .... Oats- Novi......... Dec. ...................... May .....................; Barley- t Nov.....:.................� � Flax- :V Nov. ..................�,:_v Dec.- ........ -id May .......... ......... .... CHICAGO WHEAT ^; Dec. .................. .....^ 1.02j;l.04t May 1.041 1.05| MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Des. -.:........................ 97i  98J May ...,:-. ..:.....: l.Oli 1.02, I WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor............ " No. 2 Nor. ........... No. 3 Nor. No. 4 Nor. ;.,......: No. 5 Nor. ........... No. 6 Nor. Foed .........:........... Oats- , No. 2 ,C. W. ......... No. 3 G. W. Extra No. "1 Fe:d No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed ........... Barley- � . No. 3 664; No. 4 ......................... &%\ Feed....................... V 56- �Tlax- . - � � No. 1 N, W. C. l';68V No. 2 C. W................. 1.65i �m. \ "Safety First*' Prompt and^ intelligeht action before the arrival of & physician often averts;thd serious results' which are" apt to follow accidents or' audden illness. Every'/ home- should?/be provided with a tew, emergency - remedies: We' suggest: \ *j/ � Pur* vAtch Haaal, ' Camphor Oum, Turpentine. Ariilea; i'Linlmenta,  Salv**,'' dinger, Court Plaster, Mustard, Bandages, Absorbent Cotton, Etc ' . Let ''.'Safety First" be your \ . Blbgan. TkeR*3d Cross Drag On Bualnea* Trip N. B. Good went to > Calgary and points north on business today. : Mooae Meeting . - Loyal Moose No. 792 meet tonight at 8 p.m. in 'Moose Hall, corner Second avenue and Fifth street south. Dr. River* Returne Dr. J. H. Rivers has returned from San Francisco, where he has been attending; the . International Prison Convention. To Aseeeeor'e Off Ice R. MaUen was appointed to the vacancy in the assessor's office,, yesterday, on two months' trial, if be can undertake, the duties at once. ' Vialtad City J. J. Fidler of Boundary Creek, A1U., a visitor in the city today: He left on the afternoon train for .Calgary. ' 4- ^- 'ft-T;-.*^*; 4lh i EAT ALL i WANT NOW AND FEEL FWEt 1.04J 1.01, �7i 92\ 85} 804 Store LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary-Hogs, $8.00-$8.10: steers, $5.75 :'� cows, $5.00 ; heifers, $5:25. ChicaTO-Hogs, $6.00-$7.65 ; cattle, $5.9O-$10.50. . Do Not if**9 too1 t*> *f no; tWMS*. cost* are tot All 0ur-W*ri�lO*i***m^*A Tto�llowingJs ,the.*ehed\jle for* the # High* School .D*b,attng^WagA> prgan- v GlOeR. ire3"b^ the7lJeV*tTmeB,of Exten*fon of th* 'Jniversity of;Alberta,! lor .the yearvl91W6- ' . . Ai_ District No: 1-Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Macleod.'Pincher Creek. District ^No. 2-Claresholm, High' River, Calury (two.whwil*). District ;No. S-Didsbury, Olds, Redi Deer; Stettl'ef. ' ^ - District; No. 4-Tofleld, C'amrose, For Rsd Cross The treasurer beg* to,acknowledge receipt of a don�tlon of, $.5:00 from ,"VS. "Vi*riivine """.r" Shirley of-thta ff>. ^^."min.r.** Laundry: donate half of their monthly account for work done for the society, and for the past three month* this amounts to $28.16. *Z7s Home Guard ^ Re^jmental Orders > "Royifion of Voter*' Lict �Courts of. revision-on the city voters' list was held yesterday; morning by the city commissioner*. All' applications, save four,, were passed. -The application, of A. W. Kress was refused." The name* of E. K. J. Forster, Frank Owen and Fred Williamson were held over for further information, as to : their qualifications. Court will sit again next Monday morning. A�u if ini/rTr I This organljiation:affords^an,oppor-LOLAL MAKlvLlb ' tunlty of obtaining imilitary instrucr U\JK,ni*... Minium * *J tlon Dy business and; professiona". men without interfering with their occupation. LOCAL grain prices- Wason prices: Wheat ......... ,i ... ... ... ... 81 Oats ......... ......... ... ...... 29 Barley ... ... ......... ... ... ;-. 43} Flax .....'. ......... ... ... ...... 141 -Track prices: c. Wheat ...... ......'... ......, 88f Oats ... ------. ... ............ ii. 35} . Flax ... ...... ..i ... uo'iteenin sireeix iiona., mwe, iinuvus Barley "" '"' 48i\ot becoming.either active or honorary buying "prVcz "Von HAY 'members can obtain the regulation Addressing of Mali In order to facilitate the handling of mafi at the front, and-to insure prompt | ^0 � delivery, it Is requested that all mail' he addressed as follows: (a) Regimental Number.......... (b) Rank ....................... (c) Name ..... :.... ............ .(d)- Squadron, Battery or Com- District' 4-Friday,, Ijfpv. 19, 1915. 1. Camro�e y*. Ponoka.- 2, Ve-greville vs. ToOeld." ffriday, Dec. 10, 1915. Winner 1 v�:,;Wutt|Hf*aJ. 8*mi-Plnal* Fridav, Jan. ai, 1�16. 1, Winners District No. 1 vs. Winners is On Md>atterIOct�D�r tltk;! every member �f th* abovw battery wilt 7 studiof to ,*IV fo? ,*^lt^CUiM> 'portrait; vef *fjr{*. r .. ( ^ Don't nil ,t6 tak*. advantage 5 of thl* offer.; llliiiiliii HIGH CLASS PORTRAITUR� -J The Home Guard require 100 old, broom's for -fire fighting purposes j v * Baiui'lr o, Regiment, (or other Contributors, please deliver them to  * ' "appointment or Depaj* the headquarters this-week. � , vy ......... The North Lethbridge Recruiting T� ^duin-contingent ........*. office for the Home Guard is now open Brft,^ Expeditionary Force... in A. W. Williamson's store, 246 Thir- . g X^pKffice, London, Eng-teenth street,North.. Those, desirous 1 ............. No. No No. iV'j^^Thts appli, grown so well in 'It ",B.C, is medium sized, has a Vjark red brilliantly striped ftskuv with small whitish dots. ''^t> has v white flesh, a tender, giilcy texture, and has a sub-Sj^ia;and aromatic flavor, it is i�popular:'.apple iboth for eating f0nd$ppoking. - Thia is another fine apple, hut is not so well knows as it Bhould be. It is large, has "a bright skin, la moderate in grain-and' the flavor is high. It  - "sof'-'lcnt apple both for dessert and ordinary use in October and November. [uy Them By The Box THE ECONOMICAL WAY. i)aV%5;�Appl� Booklet and become acquainted with the** M^l&irviorii. It is sent free by addressing W. E. Me, ^'kib;#liUKMark*te: Commissioner, 32SA. Eighth Avenue, mm 1 timothy baled, ton .. .. 10.25 1 alfalfa; baled, ton ....... 9.25 1 Bluejoint ,. .. .. .... .9 25 Mixed, ton ... ... ......... 10.60 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrot*; per cwt., $1.00. Beets, per ewt., 11.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, $10 to $12. Parsnips, per cwt. 81.50. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to $1.00.-' Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, ,5}-5|c. i Fat cows, 4}-5c. : " Sheep-Choice killing wethers, G}. Sheep-Choice .killing ewes, 6}c. Select hogs, 160-250 lbs., 7c. Live poultry, springers, ,15c. lb. Live fowl, 10-12C - Dressed poultry-Fowl,- 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz: No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. > Free" Light and Water, The detention- -camp was^ granted free light and water for another three months at the meeting of .the pity Commissioners, yesterday ' A small pocket for coins or street car tickets appear* in one cornet of a new handkerch'|ei lor womeiii; I members can obtain the regulation badge there. - By.-Order, 'j; OFFICER COMMANDING. . Miist Have Taxes The advisability, of Instituting distraint proceedings for the collection of taxes due was discussed by the city,] comroissi.onerB yesterday. The city* needs $88,000 Unnecessary .mention of: higher.'for^ matlons, such as brigades, divisions, is strictly ' forbidden, and cause* de- i*y- , * _m ... 2,'Winriers Di*tr|ct No. 3 vs Winners District No..w -.': , Sons of -EngUnd"Notice' The Sobs "of England meet tomorrow evening, at 8 o'clock sharp. !fQ'*mis and'the main-aewer. the.CommlfMoji District 1m of Public Work* held, that.Mr^RiJ Uiswici, rw*pon.ible^ffllr tlfe *&bM� but Mr RlPley , t�wgb,^JWM Should be borne by th* mTj^SP :'the''iold'town bylWi!;the:^^?1MJSi, 'ply-'the contractor for the;;o^wne.r. ,, ____________,.:��� the qity'Solicltor ^**'|jik�a to-:ylw regir^Ml*M^y;wthecn*7f W**l*y H*ll*w*�*n Big Suoe***. - 'The throng that filled W�**1*y h�5 last evening were delighted'to find yeBieriw^. ^i"3 "r"' : the /very complete preparation, that to :> continue operations . had :been* made by President Cband- un'U the end of'the year. Compared with the npeds of other cities, In pro-portion, this is very small, but it^is absolutely necessary that the .money be forthcoming; and some < strenuou* measures may be adopted.. .','-.� il ler'iand -his energetic social^ department for their pleasure "From- the' warning, at the door, "Prepare for the worst/' to the depths of the ''wjtche*V home" la the basement, the. place, abounded in ghosU, witches, fortune; , toller*; a^id. evH splriU, clanking their TJtS\a^^-!?r)M decorations were most appropriate," and indicated a vast am.6Unt.bf work on the part of tke coufinitte'e. The excellent facilltle* D|?!t%r'n1aIl{vj�;ejre\fully.'4iiaiuMd In the groups formed by symbol* assembling m v/thelr^ respective v, rooms, .where aTi they apple? bobbing, candle'-.blowing, pumpkin ..picking and, other genuine hallowe'en stunts were Indulged ln;-the: groupsvmoving:In turn to all the .different, roorai, while appropriate muBic was rendered by favorite artist*.. To complete the evening* a gen-� erous cafeteria . lunch ' was served, *JR5lrt9f -�o a close a memorable faal- W#......' ., ^ ~(�^ choose it ^rith iheir eyes op^n^^iey^ow ite excellenc*^ \ � -its unifonhity-iis- economy.--"-^|-_-Andtheyknow its'pnrit^.%ppmmpnse^se.^ the new double-wrapper makes *deteyioraiion i^pojHnb|e.r :. Score* ;of ..'tfiojsind^hjive^0^MwM$0Bp^$^^m the dri�king.J' -Do the fame yourjfclf.